After the museum closed more than three decades ago, Indians of various ethnicities started using it as a safe place to stay when they came to Rio to pursue an education, sell trinkets in the streets or receive medical treatment.
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Riot police storm Rio Indian museum
EVICTED:Saying FIFA demanded that the museum be demolished, a claim the soccer body denies, city officials said the area will be turned into 2014 World Cup facilities
AP, RIO DE JANEIRO
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